Annual Compliance Certification

  • Ensures proper functioning and prevention of backflow contamination
  • Regular inspections required by compliance laws
  • Annual testing to verify the effectiveness of backflow prevention devices
  • Certified technicians measure pressure differentials and assess the functionality
  • Accurate documentation of inspections and tests
  • Demonstrates compliance, tracks maintenance history, and aids future inspections
  • Prompt repairs or replacements if the system fails inspection or testing
  • Ensures ongoing effectiveness and prevents potential contamination risks
  • Requirements for certified professionals conducting inspections and tests
  • Ensures knowledge and skills necessary for accurate assessment and maintenance
  • Reporting results of inspections, tests, repairs, and replacements to regulatory agencies
  • Maintains transparency and enables regulatory monitoring of compliance

Are you receiving water shut off notices? Envirosmart Backflow Testing will take care of your annual backflow assembly testing to ensure compliance with your local water purveyor. Envirosmart Backflow Testing certifies backflow assemblies ranging from ¼” thru 12” protecting industrial, commercial, and residential properties. Once certification is complete, Envirosmart will schedule reminders for your next certification date.

Ensure ongoing compliance with our Annual Compliance Certification Service. Thorough inspections, comprehensive testing, and accurate documentation for peace of mind.

Ensuring Safe Water through Inspections and Testing

The EnviroSmart Process






Annual inspections and testing are mandated to ensure that backflow prevention systems function properly and prevent water contamination. These measures help maintain the safety and quality of the water supply.

Compliance laws often require certified professionals with the necessary training and expertise to conduct inspections and testing on backflow prevention systems. Hiring qualified technicians who meet the certification and licensing requirements set by the regulatory authorities.

If a system fails inspection or testing, necessary repairs or replacements must be performed promptly to bring the system back into compliance. Failure to address the issues can pose risks to the water supply and may result in penalties or fines for non-compliance.

Compliance laws usually specify the duration for which records of inspections and testing should be retained. It is important to follow these guidelines and maintain accurate records as they serve as evidence of compliance, track maintenance history, and provide a reference for future inspections.